Delicious Halo Halo with a twist @ Read Bean Halowich Boracay

It’s my second day in Boracay and as you know, I’m not here to party nor to sunbathe but to embarque on a gastronomic adventure in this island paradise. I felt bloated after a huge continental breakfast in Gasthof, it was sunny and since i need to increase my intake of fibrous food, I headed to Halowich for a fruit dessert overload. Halowich opened only last December of 2007 in Boracay’s D’Mall and I first saw this Halo Halo Bar last January 2008 but never made the time to check it out that’s why I made sure to include it in my food tour itinerary this time around.

Green Tea Ice Read Bean Halowich Boracay 2
Green Tea Ice Php140.00

What makes this Halo Halo Snack Bar interesting? Well! aside from cold refreshments, they offer a unique menue of snacks like the flying saucer shaped pie filled with beef and vegetables of your choice and of course the must try Halo Halo sandwich where the word “Halowich” is derived from. (more…)

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Breakfast @ Mango-Ray Bar and Restaurant

After leaving my things in the hotel room, I immediately went out to look for the nearest restaurant from the hotel. While walking around the Boracay Boat Station 2 area, I saw Mango-Ray Restaurant which is pretty interesting beachfront restaurant. Aside from the cozy garden setting, the restaurant’s location is also easy to find.

Spicy Chicken al Tahiti @ Mango-Ray Bar and Restaurant
Spicy Chicken al Tahiti

Mango-Ray is an alfresco restaurant that offers wide variety of European cuisine like Austrian, German, Swiss and Italian dishes. (more…)

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